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Hs 7 (Hs7) - Forsa k:a

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inscription; SRDB period: V 800-t; Sweden: Hälsingland

÷ uksa tuiskilan auk aura tuo staf at fursta laki ÷ uksa tuo auk aura fiura| |at aþru laki ÷ ¶ ÷ in at þriþia laki uksa fiura| |auk aura| |ata staf ÷ auk alt aiku i uarʀ if an hafsk aki rit furiʀ ÷ suaþ liuþiʀ aku at liuþriti sua uas int fur auk halkat ÷ in þaʀ kirþu sik þita| |anunr o tarstaþum ÷ ¶ ÷ auk ufakʀ o hiurtstaþum ÷ in uibiurn faþi ÷ ÷ suaþ liuþiʀ aku at liuþriti sua uas int fur auk halkat ÷ in þaʀ kirþu sikþ| |þita| |anunr o tarstaþum ÷ ¶ ÷ auk ufakʀ o hiurtstaþum ÷ in uibiurn faþi ÷

§PA One ox and two ounces of silver (in fine) to the staff for the restoration of a sanctuary in a valid state for the first time; two oxen and four ounces of silver (in fine) for the second time; but for the third time four oxen and eight ounces of silver (in fine); and all property in suspension, if he doesn’t make right. §B That, the people are entitled to demand, according to the law of the people, that was decreed and ratified before. But they made themselves this "ring", Anund from Tåsta and Ofeg from Hjortsta. But Vibjörn carved. §QA One ox and two ounces of silver (in fine) to the staff for the restoration of a sanctuary in a valid state for the first time; two oxen and four ounces of silver (in fine) for the second time; but for the third time four oxen and eight ounces of silver (in fine); and all property in suspension, if he doesn’t make right. §B That, the people are entitled to demand, according to the law of the people, that was decreed and ratified before. But they made the pronouncement(?) tight(?), Anund from Tåsta and Ofeg from Hjortsta. But Vibjörn carved.

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